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From Fr. Z’s Blog . . . Motu Proprio Day . . . Much more to Follow

July 16, 2021 breaking, Uncategorized Comments Off on From Fr. Z’s Blog . . . Motu Proprio Day . . . Much more to Follow

Rome, 16 July 2021 Dear Brothers in the Episcopate, Just as my Predecessor Benedict XVI did with Summorum Pontificum, I wish to accompany the Motu proprio Traditionis custodes with a letter explaining the motives that prompted my decision. I turn to you with trust and parresia, in the name of that shared “solicitude for the whole Church, that contributes supremely to the good of the Universal Church” as Vatican Council II reminds us.[1]

Pro-Life Group Calls for Removing Fauci After He’s Caught Funding Aborted Baby Parts

July 15, 2021 breaking Comments Off on Pro-Life Group Calls for Removing Fauci After He’s Caught Funding Aborted Baby Parts

Students for Life Action is calling for the removal of Dr. Anthony Fauci after his agency was caught using tax dollars to fund an experiment that involved implanting aborted babies’ scalps onto rodents. The College Fix reports the pro-life organization has collected nearly 2,000 signatures on a petition and more than 20,000 on an email petition urging federal leaders to fire Fauci, President Joe Biden’s chief medical officer. “Fauci’s actual job as a high-ranking official at HHS is to protect Americans from conception — yet he is doing the exact opposite: sacrificing the most vulnerable American children to appease Corporate Abortion …” the petition states. “And taking U.S. taxpayer dollars to do it.”

Bishop Strickland on Fr. Altman . . .

July 12, 2021 breaking Comments Off on Bishop Strickland on Fr. Altman . . .

Fr. James Altman CANCELLED . . . More To Follow . . .

July 9, 2021 breaking Comments Off on Fr. James Altman CANCELLED . . . More To Follow . . .

BISHOP ISSUES DECREE: ‘FATHER ALTMAN IS NO LONGER ALLOWED TO PREACH’ OR CELEBRATE MASS PUBLICLY From The Diocese of La Crosse (via Rocco Palmo):

Denying communion to Catholic politicians is ‘toxic,’ N.J.’s Cardinal Tobin warns fellow bishops

June 28, 2021 breaking Comments Off on Denying communion to Catholic politicians is ‘toxic,’ N.J.’s Cardinal Tobin warns fellow bishops

Sitting in his office in New Jersey, Cardinal Joseph Tobin looked into his computer’s camera and urged his fellow Catholic bishops to kill a proposal that could lead to denying Holy Communion to political leaders who support abortion rights. The move could “drive a wedge” between Americans and the Catholic Church, Tobin told the members of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops gathered online for the high-profile debate.

And the Bishops Bow to Caesar Once Again . . .

June 26, 2021 breaking Comments Off on And the Bishops Bow to Caesar Once Again . . .

Members of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops released a document clarifying that they will not create “a national policy on withholding Communion from politicians,” seeking to tamp down on escalating debate within the church over banning communion for President Biden. The move came days after a committee voted to begin creating a teaching document on the Holy Eucharist, or the meaning of communion, sparking questions about whether or not the document would include guidelines for politicians who support abortion rights such as Biden. The Catholic faith opposes abortion. Biden, who regularly attends Mass and takes communion, downplayed last week’s move by U.S. bishops to potentially rebuke him over his 

Biden Nominee: “Stop At One or Two Kids” To Save the Planet

June 25, 2021 breaking Comments Off on Biden Nominee: “Stop At One or Two Kids” To Save the Planet

CV NEWS FEED // Tracy Stone-Manning, President Joe Biden’s nominee to head the Bureau of Land Management (BLM), once wrote that Americans “breed” too much, called American children “environmental hazards,” and stated that U.S. citizens should stop “at one or two kids” for the sake of the environment. Stone-Manning made these statements and others like them in her graduate thesis in 1992, reported The Daily Caller. In the thesis, Stone-Manning presented a photograph of a baby along with the question: “Can you find the environmental hazard in this photo?” “That’s right, it’s the cute baby,” wrote Stone-Manning,

168 to 55, with six abstentions . . . Catholic bishops vote on controversial Communion document

June 18, 2021 breaking Comments Off on 168 to 55, with six abstentions . . . Catholic bishops vote on controversial Communion document

Catholic bishops on Friday voted to create guidelines on the meaning of Communion, a move that could be an early step toward limiting the serving of the Eucharist to President Biden and other politicians who support abortion rights. The vote came after a 3½-hour-long emotional discussion Thursday at the annual spring meeting of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops. Multiple bishops clashed over how, or if, they should single out the church’s teaching on abortion. The vote on whether to create a draft document about the meaning of the Eucharist, the bread-and-wine rite at the heart of Communion, needed a simple majority. The measure passed 168 to 55, with six abstentions. Biden’s presidency, the second Catholic to hold the position…Continue Reading

Poll shows majority of faithful Catholic laity in favor of refusing Communion to Biden

June 18, 2021 breaking Comments Off on Poll shows majority of faithful Catholic laity in favor of refusing Communion to Biden

June 17, 2021 (LifeSiteNews) — As the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) debates from June 16–19 whether or not President Joe Biden and other self-professed Catholic politicians in support of abortion should be able to receive Holy Communion, a recent poll shows that almost three quarters of church-going Catholics are opposed. The poll was conducted by the national faith-based advocacy organization CatholicVote, and had 600 Catholic respondents. 70% of the respondents agreed with the statement: “Catholic public officials who disagree with their 

US Bishops kick off Spring meeting in virtual format

June 16, 2021 breaking Comments Off on US Bishops kick off Spring meeting in virtual format

The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) kicks off its Spring General Assembly on Wednesday afternoon, held once again in a virtual format due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The event opens with a speech by Archbishop Christophe Pierre, the Apostolic Nuncio to the United States, and another from USCCB president Archbishop José Gomez of Los Angeles. It runs until 18 June, and covers a range of topics relevant to the Church in the US.